Despite 1998’s rainy vintage, the Morgadío estates managed to make an exemplary Albariño, which shows off all the great qualities of this difficult grape. Rich and olive-y, it has a beautiful nose of peaches and sea salt. The taste is round and ripe, with a lovely, long finish. Serve it as an aperitif or with seafood.
Wine SpectatorRating: 82/100 - As reviewed by Wine Spectator on 11/15/99